(From the publisher):
Three tales of marriage...
Loving -- When Jay Fraser accused Claire of encouraging her daughter Lucy's friendship with his own motherless child just to trap him into marriage, she was outraged. Yet she accepted a loveless marriage of convenience for the sake of her daughter. Then she discovered that she wanted Jay to be much more than jsut a father...
Injured Innocent -- Lissa and Joel were at loggerheads over their joint quardianship of her sister's little girls. So Joel's proposal of marriage came as a shock. She'd learned to live without him. How could she possible learn to live with him? Knowing his contempt for her was still there, knowing that she loved him.
The Six-Month Marriage -- Sapphire had divorced Blake when she'd found he'd married her only to acquire her father's Cotsworlds farm. Could she even consider remarrying him - even temporarily - to ease her dying father's mind? After all, he hadn't desired her before, so why would he want her now?
Original title: Marriage of Convenience
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
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